Have you ever seen so many wonderfully funny jokes in your life. Read this and you will. Hilarious in the true tradition of great jokemasters. Get ready to have your ribs tickled, laugh uncontrollably, and be delighted with the daffiness.
The foolishness continues with this 17th in the series containing the most outrageous, silly, tomfoolery, and hysteria in all of jokedom. Sit back, relax, and take a gander at the funny jokes, stories, and quips.
Need a fifth to get you through the day? This raucous collection of the absolutely funniest, wittiest, cleverest, Mt. Everest of laughs, titters, silliness, and guffaws is it. The jokes, tidbits, and stories continue to sizzle. Not raw, but well done.
It is hard to imagine that this third book could be even funnier than the first two, but it is. Can't get enough laughter, try this one on for size. Laughter is addicting. To triple your fun. You must share it with others.
Some may say twenty is plenty, but we all know more is better. Goodness gracious they are all bodacious. This is a zany new collection of rib ticklers and knee slappers. Many more new and hilarious funny jokes, quips, tidbits, and funnies, to suit every personality.
If you thought the first eight were great, well think again because nine is fine. Probably the finest group of laudable and laughable legerdemain, fascinating facts, raucous ruminations, and zingers to please everyone. These are indeed, the greatest jokes of the century.
"Dreams of Love: Playing the Romantic Pianist explores the attractions of the concert pianist from an innovative interdisciplinary perspective, demonstrating how such meanings have evolved over two centuries through technology and the popular media, including literature and cinema. Author Ivan Raykoff uses romantic both as the label for a historical era and musical style, as well as the more colloquial adjective referring to love, desire, and sensual feeling. Through this two-fold interpretive approach, music history and cultural mythology are read alongside one another to reveal the interconnected processes of music's social mediation. The word playing also invites multiple readings: performance or practicing, as pastime or profession, as play-acting and other modes of representation, or reproduction like a player piano. The Romantic pianist signifies more than just music; through established rituals and familiar representations of practicing, performing, and listening, the pianist also plays within a larger system of cultural ideology linking music to aspects of gender, sexuality, personal identity and social relationships, and the politics of the body."